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The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Asheville

The buzziest restaurants to check out in North Carolina right now Today, Eater returns to Asheville, North Carolina to focus on 12 newish restaurants that have been garnering some serious buzz. Like last time around, Eater has askedShow More Summary

Beer Geeks Flip for These Small Releases From Big Breweries

Sometimes, big beer gets flavor right To the craft cognoscenti, big beer producers are sometimes dismissed with an uneasy skepticism. To a degree, this is healthy; the industry could hardly sustain more than 3,000 breweries across the country without feverish support for the upstarts and the so-called little guys. Show More Summary

Brexit Could Spell Danger for Scotch and Stilton Cheese

The European Union currently protects these foods — but that could all change with Thursday's vote "Brexit" may sound like a corporate food service company or an industrial-strength cleaner, but it's considerably more important thanShow More Summary

Kelis Is Hosting a Burger Pop-Up in London

Plus five more pop-up concepts we'd like to see from musicians Kelis is hosting a burger pop-up in London, and the question that's on everyone's mind is: Will there or won't there be milkshakes? According to NME, the pop-up is a collaboration...Show More Summary

The Starbucks Underfilled Latte Lawsuit Will Have Its Day in Court

Some suspected it would be dismissed A recent lawsuit accusing Starbucks of underfilling its lattes may seem ridiculous, but nonetheless, it will be allowed to go forward: A federal judge in California has ruled the plaintiffs can pursue...Show More Summary

The Early Word on London's Hot Nude Pop-Up Restaurant

46,000 people are on the waitlist London's newest pop-up has a strict dress code — or lack thereof: Diners are required to don their birthday suits, and nothing else. Back in April, when Eater first reported that a new pop-up called The Bunyadi would be centered around dining in the nude, reactions were mixed. Show More Summary

Brazil's Love of Pizza Is Causing Major Air Pollution

Sad news for Brazilian pizza lovers There are few things as delicious as a piping hot pizza. As recent reports suggest, however, that perfectly-crispy, wood-fired pizza comes with a surprisingly high environmental cost. As Vox reports,...Show More Summary

Is Robert Irvine the Next Dr. Phil?

Nordic ramen in Copenhagen — Is Robert Irvine destined to be the next Dr. Phil? The Dinner Impossible chef is getting a new series, and it has nothing to do with cooking: The Robert Irvine Show is a "60-minute daytime conflict resolution...Show More Summary

A 'Golden Girls'-Themed Restaurant Is Headed to NYC

Eat like Blanche, Rose, Sophia, and Dorothy Time to book a flight to New York City: The Northern Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights is getting a Golden Girls-themed restaurant come September. It's called Rue La Rue Café, reports DNAInfo, and the concept was dreamt up by Michael J. Show More Summary

Kellogg's to Invest $100 Million in Food Startups

The company looks beyond cereal with a new venture capital fund Venture capital investment in food startups has been on the rise in recent years, with companies sinking millions into meal kits, food delivery services, and other new products. Show More Summary

Cuban Coffee Coming to the U.S. for First Time in 55 Years

In Nespresso pod form, no less For nearly 55 years, some of Cuba's most iconic exports — coffee, rum, and most famously, cigars — have been subject to an economic embargo. At least one of those products will soon be available to American...Show More Summary

This Cup of Coffee Costs $16; McDonald's Lobster Roll Is Back

Five things to know today Happy Monday. In today's vital food news: a $16 cup of coffee; recognizing the world's best wine lists; why you're so obsessed with LaCroix sparkling water; Starbucks is giving double rewards this week; andShow More Summary

The Fascinating (and Infuriating) Experience of Dining in the Nude

The wonderful thing about being from the West is that you have the ability to not only have a comfort zone, but you get to leave it, too — willingly. Some people try cuisines they've never had before, work their bland tongues around these foreign words and foods and come back and boast to all of their friends about what they did. Show More Summary

Music Affects How Beer Tastes, Study Says

The soundtrack at your favorite bar matters Not happy with the taste of your beer? Try changing the soundtrack. According to a new study out of Belgium, music can alter how people perceive the taste — and even the strength — of beer. According to an abstract, the study — which was led by Dr. Show More Summary

The Top 13 Stories on Eater Last Week

Here's what everyone is still talking about Last week was barbecue week 2016 on Eater, a celebration of meat and fire and smoke. Catch up on all of the smoky, saucy goodness right here. In other news, the World's 50 Best organization...Show More Summary

Two 'Real Housewives' Are Embroiled in a Bitter Booze Feud

The Skinnygirl vs. Tipsy Girl deathmatch Two of the Botoxed Bravo mascots known as the Real Housewives are caught in a boozy battle, and it's not a wine-fueled fist fight for their viewers. According to Page Six — where other gripping...Show More Summary

Recipe: Make a Moscow Mule With Tequila

Welcome to A Drink You Can Actually Make, Eater's first ever recipe series dedicated to simple cocktails from new bars across the country. Doc’s Cantina is Louisville, Kentucky's newest south of the border concept focused on Tex-Mex cuisine, with a wide-reaching menu from queso and nachos to tortas and mole. Show More Summary

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